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coalition? >> the city bike fully is an internal program and they are comfortable with this recommendation for this year. i'm not sure that we had any specific contact with the bike coalition with the bikes on this additional bikes are being procured this summer. if the department finds a need for additional bikes they can come ban the back and request more. >> commissioner breed? >> thank you, i have a few concerns over all about the program. i wanted to ask some questions. i know this has been in the works for some time. i wanted to ask about the the cost per bicycle rack at san francisco state versus the cost for the general bikefor example it comes out to $204 for bike rack versus $900 in general. so i just wanted some explanation of that? >> this is an excellent point. thank you for mentioning it. there are several different reasons why the difference is so great. san francisco state, the rack, the funding is only to procure the racks and for the actual direct staff time of a ground crews staff member to install the rack. whereas mta includes overhead cost procured by the sfmta procu
created them. so thank you all very much for coming and visiting us in san francisco city hall. and remember that april 5th, of 1913, they turned the first mound of dirt to build this historic building. and in less than three years, the building was complete. and we opened our doors, december 28th. of 1915. so, hopefully you will all get involved in san francisco city hall centennial celebration. it is truly a magnificent building and it has had many, many incredible individuals serving as mayor of san francisco. and now, we have adolf in the mix here that was once occupied by willie brown, willie brown has moved upstairs. and there is sutro is here. and i think that this will be his permanent place. so, please, enjoy the inscription that is on the pedestal, and the actual bust is incredible. i watched jonas assemble this and polish this on friday. and i was truly amazed. he is truly a very, very talented sculptor who did an incredible fete for san francisco and for san francisco city hall. thank you, again, for all coming to visit us at city hall, please do not be strangers. >
for victims in the city. i want to thank everyone for their leadership to get to this point in my question is, we talked about this a few weeks ago before the police commission. i think you are doing a great outreach to the community. obviously part of my concern that talk about over the last few weeks is in light of recent events in the city. the concern is that women who don't speak english or are living in poverty will have concerns about reaching out of the police department. we want to reassure and reach out. can you talk about your efforts to reach out to communities through various newspapers in different languages and how the department is getting the message out that we do have access to other languages and can serve diverse populations? >> anytime there is a community meeting, and it is based on a certain ethnicity group, we try to have interpretation service provided. we will post those signs in that language, so if it is held in chinatown or wherever, for that outreach. it is important when the victim makes the police report; it helps if a native speaker is there,
the different groups, we're going to have a number of city-wide meetings and focus groups. there's going to be lots ever opportunities to get folks involved and have that rich conversation across school board members and service providers. we hope everybody will come out and join these meetings and also come out may 3rd if you want to join the rallying cry and get it started. >> who is going to be chairing these meetings? >> we selected someone who has some history with us and they are going to be working with maria sue and i and the stake holder council. we want people who are representing the dicht stake holder groups to help us design the process. so, for example, the community coalition will have 4 seats on that stake holder council, we'll have the pta and parents for public schools involved so we're going to really co-design that process but we wanted to have the technical support of an external facilitator so that all of us could engage in the conversation and that we could have one group capturing all the data as we go so we can get some good reports that we can share around al
we issue a cso. such process will follow standard city's policy and procedures. come included an initial screening of the proposals. we initiate the rfq and they submit their proposals. and an initial screening to check if they meet the minimum qualificatio qualifications. if they do not, they are out. and next a panel will be empanelled to meet the proposals. they will score those, and they need a 70 to advance to the next oral interviews. in the case of the oral interviews we will take the top six of those. if we have more than six that score 70, we will only take the top six to oral interviews. the same panel will conduct the oral interviews. and they receive a score and ranked and the top three, we will sit down and negotiate our contract with them. so just briefly, the timeline, we have coming out there, starting out with the authorization we are requesting today. next will be the civil service commission, which is scheduled for june 3. once the civil service commission approval is granted. we will issue the rfq probably the next day. submissions will be due in july. and
wearing a different uniform, stunning us all with her well deserved award as a most empowering city employee, that is lucinda from the fire department to do the next award for nerc. (applause) >> thank you, i want to say on behalf of chief hayes white who could not be here tonight nert is a [speaker not understood] with the community of san francisco. the marina navy demanded training. 23 plus years later the fire department is still working with the community on this great program. we have great training and support for what you do in your neighborhood. the neighborhood that you live in, the earthquake knows no boundaries, the earthquake does not pay attention to that. we're all going to be in this together so getting to know who you are in the portola, getting to know who you know is critical. (applause) >> the critical piece to the nert program. and that happens through neighbors building their teams and building what is going to be the network that we have together. so, thank you to the battalion 2 chief. hilbtion hickey is here on the chief's behalf. nora is here today and donn
was not forget coming to the city? >> if you want to step up to the microphone. >> i believe the draft your reading from is 22. the whole matter has not yet been concluded i'll say this is a study that's been going on for misinforming - going on for sometime. we have our engineers who designed the system but mr. president, this report is something that's not yet concluded. if you probably read on we need to do some modeling. the will require of us some seismic engineering commuter modeling. there's a lot of details left to do. normally with any building the process of designing the sub structure foundations is done by the contractor they're here. after the contract is awarded. the general contractor then selects a subcontractor the subcontractors selects an engineer to design the shoring system. we were asked to accelerate that process >> so you start before the final permit? >> the "x" vacation contractor retains the services of an engineer who prepares the items you're talking about. and it's done in every building in the city. we were asked to accelerate that at our expense so this en
like the city and departments work together in the same way that the city and county works together. in 2011 and in my opinion some of the needs that were identified weren't respected or considered during the finding. i want to say that when we go through this and talk about the area of the children and youth leaving when i say that and talk about the rfps 94115 has the maureen and pacific heights how do you know where the need is? and the community serves hundreds of youth and students if they're not being funded we have true concerns where we've been work with the police department and the school districts and trying to a identify needs and issues. the american pedestrian - most of the programs that got cut have effected the youth. students that are attending scored significantly he lower and the district - there are tons of status that talk about 94115 that weren't considered. >> i'd like to let the folks know that they've set up a tv and get a good seat outside. next is the youth director nor districts 5 christopher winning >> good evening supervisors city members thank you f
understate ceqa law. and there are additional changes made to put back in evidence. i wonder if city planning attorney if you have any information on that >> i think you maybe referring to a particular language that is in supervisor wiener's ordinance in section 3110 f. that is language that is taken directly from the ceqa guidelines and it appears that this proposal would alter that language. i think certainly our recommendation would be for using language under the ceqa guidelines, that we should keep the language the same as in the ceqa guidelines and not change, not appear to be changing ceqa somehow by changing that language. however we intentioned it might be. >> if i may comment on that. i have, while i have been very much respect the disagreement about whether the deadline should be the first approval versus the last approval whether a hearing should occur at the full board. there have been a number of very good faith policies on this and we are having a debate, this is one of the ones where i think it's been a real red herring from the beginning. ceqa controls, whether it's
to the community city wide. he's shown leadership in having more healthy food retail stores. he's supported safety and traffic calming in the area. i know we're /kopblting to work on that together for pedestrians and bicyclists as well. this is the ideal of what a community store should be. it's a feature of the daily lives for the people that live there. i'm honored to say thank you to the market, a real gem in the richmond district. >> i would like to thank san francisco supervisors for recognizing our market in district one. i'd like to thank our staff for their hard work and making everything we do possible. the market has been there since 1950, it was not until 1994 for [inaudible] organic products and a pleasant and welcoming environment. i am honored to be part of this community. thank you for this recognition. there is nothing better than receiving this recognition from the city we love. thank you. >> thank you supervisor mar. i have to admit when we're recognizing food establishments it's making me hungry. i am recognizing 450 setter pharmacy for our accommodation in district
told me 110,000. >> okay. thank you. >> mike brown, founder of inner city youth. i been working with the youth from bay-view, lakeview, and just about every community in san francisco. these young men you know the mayor is talking about rolling out his violence prevention plan. if he knew the work i do in this community, he would be calling me in. i been here since i retired in muny from 2005. we have been funded since 97. and i wouldn't accept pay for three years. now my pay is minimum, i do it because people think a guy is getting funded. you assume what my salary is. and i hire people that get paid more than me. but enough for me, i am fighting for the kids. and we done lost so many kids out here it's just sad. and for us to get cut on the resurgence program and i hope they come to the studio and we help them get their cds and their whole program to be able to go out in the community and give people their dvd's and cd's so they can run their own record label. we want to get on a positive note and not talk about this negative rap. if the mayor is going to be serious about viol
for the cause. >>> meanwhile, in redwood city, the investigation is underway into a fire where 20 people are now without a home. the fire on oakside avenue near fair oaks elementary school started in a carport and spread to several apartments. ktvu's brian flores was the first reporter to show us the damage. he joins us live. >> reporter: good afternoon. redwood city firefighters were here all morning. investigators will be here throughout the afternoon as they try to piece together exactly what happened that caused this fire to spread so quickly. from chopper 2, you can see the huge flames billowing out of an apartment complex at about 5:15 this morning. from the ground, you can see this closeup video of firefighters aggressively battling this fire on multiple fronts, including ladder trucks. >> the early-morning hours always has a daily reporting a fire. there was so much fire when the engine got here, it got into the attic which makes it difficult for us to fight the fire. we quickly had to go into defensive mode and pull the crews out of the building. >> reporter: firefighters don't know wha
and a second to continue to the next meeting. >> john from the city attorney's office. maybe i can clarify a issue. the charter requires only the building inspectors here you're not required to act on it. so if you continue the public hearing you're still in the hearing phase you could also end of the public hearing and still consider your vote as the commission if you want to vote at another hearing. so you do have i think the way you've presented it everything would be intent both the public hearing portion and your decision michael if you do that to the june hearing that i but it's not necessary >> i think it's right with the realization that we don't have to it could go to the board of supervisors it becomes political that we're not quite ready and we'll be heard there, too so that's clear. thank you >> there is a motion i'll do a role call vote. (calling roll). the motion carries unanimously. we're onto the item number 9 report fro from the nomination committee >> so i'd like to excuse commissioner lynch. >> okay. yeah so. >> how many people we need four poem so nobody else can
the historyian of city hall. this building is multifaceted to say the very least it's a municipal building that operates the city and county of san francisco. this building was a dream that became a reality of a man by the name of james junior elected mayor of san francisco in 1912. he didn't have a city hall because it was destroyed in the earth wake of 1906. construction began in april of 1913. in december 1915, the building was complete. it opened it's doors in january 1916. >> it's a wonderful experience to come to a building built like this. the building is built as a palace. not for a king or queen. it's built for all people. this building is beautiful art. those are architecture at the time when city hall was built, san francisco had an enormous french population. therefore building a palace in the art tradition is not unusual. >> jimmie was an incredible individual he knew that san francisco had to regain it's place in the world. he decided to have the tallest dome built in the united states. it's now stands 307 feet 6 inches from the ground 40 feet taller than the united states
challenging economic times. his focus on steadfast on balancing the budget, reforming city pensions and working hard on economic development and job retention. he is making city government more responsive and efficient and making public safety a top priority. mayor lee is a long time public servant. prior to becoming mayor, he served as city administrator where he focused on government efficiency and measures and reforms that reduced the size and cost of government. mayor lee first began working for the city and county of san francisco in 1989 as the investigator for the city's first whistle blower program. prior to employment with the city and county of san francisco, he was the managing attorney for the asian law caucus. i first met ed in 1992 when he became the executive director for the human rights commission and we were both 16. that's two decades ago, ed. i watched him soon become the director of city purchasing and then going on to become the director of public works. i think ed is the only mayor in city history that can carry tlau on the campaign promise to fill the
at other cities and a few other mta's are going to mexico city, i think clear channel runs that but there is different ways of organizing this. i think it's a well thought out project. i also support more bicycles in the key area that are in the city. >> yes, it's a thousand dollars per bike. this is part of solution. these bikes are like gps and they can't be stolen. the cost perspective if you remember this is the last mile the connection to transit. while bart thankfully they have been listing their bicycle access on board, we can we have still cannot bring bikes on munis, for those that cannot bring their bikes, this offers an option for transit and the san francisco plan, there was a lot of those very short trips within the downtown and maybe those are possible through bike sharing. this is part of the comprehensive package and mta aff has a brief in the office. one of the beauties of the pilot is to be forced to do an evaluation so all of these questions can be answered. >> i appreciate commissioner breed's consistently pointing out how do we reduce cost. i did see th
is part of a public-private partnership between the city and city fields foundation which has worked tremendously with us. it has and a successful partnership in our city for our kids and enabled us to add 2400 new san francisco kids playing ball and 200 new youth sports team as a result of this work that we have done together. the theme is soccer today. so earlier this week, the city devin dufty is work with the hope opportunity engagement announced that we are very privileged to be hosting street soccer usa, the west coast cup, which is a tournament to raise awareness for homelessness and to bridge the good between our various communities. the tournament takes place in june and includes both corporate teams and homeless teams from cities across the nation, playing and competing with each other. this story got some coverage, and i think some people were saying huh? homelessness, soccer and i wanted to bring up the founder of street soccer usa to tell us a little bit more about the tournament and show us a short video. rob, come on up. >> thank you for your time. >> come up to the
but service that connects to the area. but as we found when we did that analysis, there are parts of the city that are seven-day -- served by those is services and types of buses that are provided by private companies. we can address some of that gap and access through some other ways like with express buses perhaps. >> thank you. commissioner kim? >> thank you. i really appreciate it this presentation just talking about some of the congestion we are seeing particularly in the south of market. i actually did find the comments about how to reduce some of the congestion within the neighborhood to be in incredibly important. i just want to kind of concur with some of the thinking around that i think traditionally the way munis has been set up is a lot of west east transit because typically that's whenever people are moving, but we don't have a lot in south north. i know in mission bay there is a sense of feeling a little locked into that neighborhood because the only line that serves that neighborhood is the t line and it only goes in one direction. for those who have ridden the t it can be slo
it in the same order, you can come up and start. >> my name is brian onan, and i am, the walk the city in many hours and i am a little bit perplexed because a lot of these venues that you have discussed even where alcohol is sold, where there is dancing and so forth the noise level is not a factor, the city basically closes down pretty early into the morning hours. and the it is actually a safety factor to have many of these organizations running. the other thing that i have a concern about noise in terms of civil liberties. for example, in the mission, if you go there any sunday in particular, there are hispanic christians speaking in spanish and using very homophobic hate speech and they are near the mission police station, and nothing is ever done about that. i do respect their right to freedom of speech, but they do encourage violence against transgender people in the mission and gay people. also, unions, who have protests, and where noise may be used against them and also how do you distinguish between, for example, the people on union square you are talking about, the guy that plays the
right now. warnings are sounding in the r normond and oklahoma city areas. more than one tornado has already touched ground just in the past few minutes. it's the top of the hour. you're watching "cnn newsroom." this is breaking news coverage. we're seeing huge trees stripped bare. houses torn from their foundations. and a wide path of complete destruction in the area around oklahoma city. this video you're looking at right now from one of the storm chasers, from our affiliate who has been watching this entire thing play out throughout the evening has been talking to us here on cnn. also watching this play out is our meteorologist chad myers. and chad, you know this area very well, you used to work and live in this area. we saw a tornado rip through a neighborhood live earlier here on cnn and it was nothing, nothing but -- nothing less than anything incredible. >> yeah. you know, don, when you see this live, it really brings home what people live through when they're in their own homes. you tell everyone to shelter, to get inside, but i don't think anyone has a feeling for what it is
the gunman wins. >>> people who live in a struggling city will decide how their tax money will be spent? starting today, vallejo becomes the first woman in the nation to vote. what's behind the experience and dem mockery, resident, 16 and old,. >> we're used to a voter a, to improvement to ppg. >> to fit the equipment at the waterfront, many are voting for street repair. for peer port,. >> critically so your. >> it's the first city of the country to do this. they've been narrowing the choices every window. >> we're rig you to be made are oak advise p/e. >> and they have some tough choices on their hands. they have a computer -- proscwected 5.5 million deficit because of next we're. >> honor the will of the voters. >> no, it's not going to be -- it's like, yes toed. >> they need to start lifting. >> even though the pot lar. >> i'm actually part of something, but. >> two discussions on plans for the future. >> we want to bring in revenue to the city, we have to have a city that's attractive. >> and for mftion, including the. >> click. >>> one month into the baseball season, at&t park conc
district in the city in terms of what it covers and the items for which it requires historic review for certificate of appropriateness. the reason that is as narrow as it is on community feedback about not wanting the district to cover anything beyond the truly characters of the district. also my request because to me it was very important for any district that we consider to be very narrowly and sharply focused on what actually makes this district historic and unique. for anyone in this propose district is truly one of the most beautiful areas of the city thanks in significant part to the people who live there who have absolutely transformed it and turned it into the beautiful neighborhood that it is next to one of the most beautiful parks in the city. this district also gave us an opportunity to take a look at how we administer the mills act which allows for tax credits for owners of historic property to maintenance contracts in the city. it's been used in a very robust ways and counties in the city of california has been somewhat looser here. it was illusory for those small prope
as a matter of public safety we're painting for the rest of the city if we want to make an imimprint on the city that we're doing a better job of tackling recidivism. 75 percent of our population is pretrial that means that a high majority of the folks in our jail population can't afford bail or people who certainly representative of more disadvantaged population. and for the first time in the null insensitive commission we're wrestling with old mainstays that have vexed criminal justice system nearly 70 percent of our jail population is with substance problems. but when you see mental health issues we're seeing a higher behavior court those were court again that were established some years ago and are worth their weight in gold so help process a population instead of just falling back on indicator first then rehabilitate later. the picking order is 55 thousand dollars a year so if we resort to more alternative ways to make a good use of resources we are saving the taxpayers significant amounts of money. i absolutely >> - excuse me. >> i welcome the budget analysts reports. >> tel
>> and so it makes me question how good of a deal the city's getting ting when you're also getting such positive pushing from the contractor as well. >> that's why i was glad that we received three bids and we tried to structure the lease to maximize the number of bids. in 2001 we only received a bid from clear channel and the fact that clear channel did 1.5 million more than jc so they did receive 30 percent, we receive 70 percent. i would n't call that profit because they've got cost and i have no idea what their actual profit is but bottom-line, we had a very aggressive bid. obviously clear channel is taking a big risk especially if we have a recession they are at great risk, and we will be very well protected. >> the potential upside for them is what set of circumstances. >> the upside would be if the economic growth continues and they realize more sales per passenger than what they're getting today. that's a [inaudible]. i don't see a possibility of traffic growing. i think their best scenario is steady growth, the eight years, very strong economy eight years straight. i'
that you, family, and friends will really enjoy. >> i am here with a manager at the heart of the city farmer's market in san francisco. thank you for joining us. tell us a little bit about the organization. >> we're 30 years old now. we started with 14 farmers, and it has grown out to over 80. >> what is the mission of the organization? >> this area has no grocery store spiller it is all mom-and- pop stores. we have this because it is needed. we knew it was needed. and the plaza needed somebody. it was empty. beautiful with city hall in the background. >> thank you for speaking with us. are you on the web? >> yes, hocfarmersmarket.org. >> check them out. thank you. >> welcome. the dish is ready. >> it looks and smells amazing. >> thank you. it was not easy to meet the $20 budget. i checked everybody out and found some great produce. really lovely seafood. i think that you are going to love it. >> do not be shy. cyou know this can run you $35 to $45 for a bowl, so it is great you did this for $20. >> this will feed four to six people. >> not if you invite me over for dinner. i am ready
mayor and thank you to all of you. we are the city that knows how to throw on a great sporting event we know how to entertain millionaires in the world and i welcome all to party with the diverse san francisco. >> i want to thank martha cowen and e 2, k and the gold rush girls from the 49ers. i know that p j have been incredible thank you for doing all of this. i want to let everybody, you know, though grateful we are we're going to do boston we're going to put our best foot forward and bring back super bowl 50 or 51 and we're proud to represent this region and thank you and have a great day test, test, test, test, test, test, test, test okay i'd like to call this meeting to order. hello. good afternoon, everyone thank you so much for coming to disaster council but i did want to welcome a few new members we have today. so we have jean who's the gov. of the area red cross. welcome.weave mark who's our brw city c i o (clapping) >> bob ceo of the chamber of commerce replacing steve not here yet and barbara smith interim for housing authority and bryan. sf card who's here >> mr. mayor wo
on the presentation? >> bring up one issue the evaluation of folks in the city. i know that in boston they would take folks immediately to the hospital >> we have multiple as to the throughout the city. >> we recently were drilled. >> so there's no plan to even discuss putting a helicopter pad here. >> i don't know. >> that's an issue that's been discussed for years and years. >> that is an ongoing discussion. >> i think for over all safety of the city and residents at large we're trumped any kind of issues there and i think the litigations for a help out pad should be looked at. thank you chief gonzalez. under sheriff did you want to add with the sheriff's department? >> i think the chief will provide some more information. >> thank you. are there other departments that point to share your parts in special events that planning? any questions for our chiefs? yes >> i want to commend the chief for the work it looks great it looks responsive and they had a great plan and what happened to boston i think the public will be safer as a result. >> thank you. i agree. next on our agenda is the upd
on the decision and we'll review with the city attorney and incorporate where the changes are to our procedures. lastly last thursday the coastal commission meet on a project of the soccer field board of appeals upheld the appeal and i don't know if anyone can remember that the coastal commission upheld the project as proposed. the staff offered some changes but it's the question of whether or not its to stick or not and they said the matter was handled properly. there was some certain or frustration on the part of the staff i'd like to say the quality of our coastal plan it was adopted in the 80s and it has not been amended i think we don't have a lot of policies and objectives. there was only one objective but for the sub policies and we found it complied with that so there are certainly other municipalities that have this i'll go into greater detail. maybe i'll answer the question about trader joe's but we'll refer that to another commission and on our staff can provided some recommendations on plant that are more suitable. >> yes mr. sanchez on the board of commission on@/-yĆ· the detai.
citizen in this city that you all are doing the right thing to bring more affordable housing and all districts in the city. i have been told that they want to create a 13th district for the people who live up higher in the area, but i think that is possible. but, i am really hoping that that all of this means good housing for all of san franciscoan and go jet warriors. see? ? so we will need you to help get this affordable housing a reality of san francisco. and that is what i bring you today and look forward to seeing you on my birthday on tuesday. and this right here just to show you that san francisco has been a model to the nation in many things, since one other things right here showing you how, san francisco is... just a model nation from education. from dc, so let's keep the housing and seqa and everybody working together so we will be a model of housing for all generations, we will lead the way. >> thank you. >> is there any additional public comment on items 3, or, four? >> seeing none, public comment is closed. >> so colleagues, before we consider, a continuance of items 3
really handle the administrative background of the program. the next step is the city agencies are going to continue to support the work. b magic has been involved from the beginning all the way to the transportation plan is going to be conconvening the group and the goal is to move that working group to the community advisory board an they will select the community manager to make sure that people are aware that this is happening. seek funding and do some grant writing and confirm who the partners will be in this program. there are a number of people in the working group and christina with the department of public health, roberto vargas from ucfs and veronica shepherd from the health clinic, this has been a great experience and we hope this is a plan that will get implemented sooner rather than later. >> thank you, i think miss change made the point to have really good planning processes that engage communities concern and low income communities is critical and i think this is a perfect example of that. any questions, colleagues? let's open this up for public comment. commi
comeback. the city betting big on new wells. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, they believe is the cause ot >>> homeowners in a subdivision north of the bay area are zeroing in on what they believe is the cause of a mystery landslide that has been swallowing up their houses. it's happening in lake county. the subdivision is called lake side heights. so far, eight houses have been abandoned. ten more are under imminent evacuation notice. kpix tells us, finding the cause is still no guarantee for a solution. >> until now, homeowners in this hill top development were as mystified as everyone else about what was costing the land to slip away, leaving broken and abandoned houses behind. now they have an idea and if it checks out, maybe a chce to recover their losses. >> is it possible that that water, that showed up in that particular manhole on april 30 was related to the leak just 50 to 70 feet above it? >> randall fitzgerald estimates a half million gallons of water may have leaked into the hillside. hard numbers have tests. unless the test results support the leaking water theories, homeowners are stuck
right now out of redwood city. it started as two alarm fire broke out an apartment complex on 6440 oxide avenue, it started around 515. a third alarm has just been pulled. the fire is near fair oaks elementary school. we have a group headed to the scene and bring you live report as soon as we can. the area? >>darya: kron4's will tran is alive at the scene taking a look at a fatal accident. >>will: this is a roadside memorial. even see the candles and teddy bears. investigators are still try to discover whether it happened at the crosswalk. that is because the crosswalk is right there, about 20 yds away and we don't see in any markers at that particular location. here is a video from yesterday afternoon. this all happened around 330. the three victims were walking from an elementary school on this road here. walk into their home and we believe they'd live on bloomfield drive when all of a sudden, there was an accident involving that as to the driver. the driver immediately pulled over and is cooperating with the police department this morning. when officers came out of here, they did a fi
this online is another good example, but i am truly invested in the success of this city and i want everybody to know that we'll have a lot more conversations about the future of our city. i think we are on the edge of talking about things like the economy and getting more people involved in the economic success of our city. the role of technology and rolling out of health care reform, challenges all of us. how do we get good, healthy citizens and programs out there to do it? a lot of good conversations, no longer negative about what you didn't do to me, but what we can do together to investment in each other? i would like a budget that reflects that. >> thank you so much, and i am barbara taylor with k cbs radio and thank you all for joining us. if you have comments come out to one of the mayor's budget town hall meetings or drop him at line at his email mayoredwinlee@sfgov.org. thank you. welcome, shall, to the uss macon islands. my name is lewis loeven and i'm the executive director of the san francisco fleet week association and what a great fleet week we're going to have fo
race - happening now, a live look at the running of the >>> it's a big morning in the city. an epic san francisco foot race happening right now. the run- running of the 102 bay tobay to raeckers underway. >> and they're heading to santa rosa for the final stage of the tour. >> the sun is shining for all of the events going on. a 30 -- it's sunday, may 19th at 8:30. >> i'm ann. >> and i'll phil. they wrapping up a statewide race race and heading from san francisco to santa rosa. look at that map. the eighth tour of california began at 8:15 along marina green in san francisco. the cyclists crossing the golden gate bridge and did that and they making their way, continuing on with the 81-mile trek north to the finish line in santa rosa. >> and we have a view from the air. a live look of those cyclists making their way. the chp first closed down the golden gate bridge to vehicles. the riders past the bridge right now north of the bridge. the tour began last sunday in escondido down in southern california. and by the end of today, the cyclists will have travelled more than 750 miles of ca
everyday i believe you are saying we won't know that until the permit is done, i.e., the city can't say no. >> you were asking in the hearing mr. kelly head of the penal code was asked to convert to the commission when the consensus was being reached. >> i wasn't at the puc hearing but again, i guess my point is your essential saying you're not going to be done until the permit? >> let me say it again, we're going to conclude this study before the puc agreements are fully adopted before they to go the board of supervisors for principle of law long before we are asking for a permit. >> got you when is that? >> it's a process with the puc a couple months 3 months. >> so june, july around august? >> yes. >> thank you. i have is a couple other questions >> maybe the engineer for the puc. i do have a >> turn on my microphone here. >> know there are things you can't really make up and it's fully hard to make this up but it's amazing to see this happening. the two words i want to say but i'll say two different set of words holly cow. this is quite quite something. to the first question
not just look at port revenues, with the cruise calls the city benefits in terms of the money spent in hotel, restaurants and retail. and that's the added value we are not recognizing directly, but indirectly. and of course if you have special events people are spending money on catering, etc. so there is money going into the local economy. but on the other hand we do need to make sure we are looking at it from a standpoint of what the port needs to sustain itself. and recognize that the added benefit of tourism of the city is another benefit that we think is very valuable. and we want to do our part in contributing to that in the city of san francisco. >> and to some tenants along the waterfront. the new restaurants we have. >> thank you very much. thank you. >> item 11, new business. commissioners? >> any new business? any public comment on new business? >> item 12. public comment. >> we do have two speakers who would like to speak in public comment. ed farris. please identify yourself when you come to the podium. >> good afternoon, port commissioners. i am ed farris and i am se
mentioned we city hall still keep the dialog going. we know we need to be and want to be kind of unique to create this neighborhood we're trying to a create it will look different than mission bay. exactly how that looks we don't go know yet. by to answer oyour question thi summer for sure >> it looks like puss he lives of manic to make it finally but surveilling down toward the waterfront area. i know the last one has the best view along the open space and parks but i'm i hoping the neighborhood and others have some entity into the massing and the scaling down of design >> exactly and a few sections on your comments. what you see in that last slide some of the design principles you you can see the height actually, the heights on this side is good. you preserve sunlight here. so things like that have informed the design as well. thiokay. thanks. point we'll mr. rose to our budget analyst report but if we can address the whole 90 day report. going to page 33 of our report the mission bay project is fiscally feasible. hover we point out there is the financing for the parking structure
if they have a suspect in custody. >>> the city of oakland, only on kpix-5, how the city will by pass state laws and why opponents want to shoot it down. >> one size does not fit all, oakland needs special laws. >> reporter: a bill working its way around the capitol would allow just that. giving the city of oakland new power to pass its own stricter gun laws. >> oakland has a unique problem with gun violence, no other city in california that has the level of illegal guns, gun trafficking and gun violence that oakland does. >> reporter: right now california does not allow cities to enact any gun control laws that are stronger than the states. oakland is looking for an exception to the rule to pass the own laws. possibly leading to a rule where people would have to reregister their gun. >> reporter: state law defines who is a. >> state law defines who is allowed and not allowed to have gun but the city does not have a enough. >> california has some of the most restrictive gun control in america. if that is not enough it is not cheer to me what else could possibly add to it. >> reporter: m
to the people. he wants to make the city of poets. this is indeed an honor and pleasure to introduce our mayor, mayor ed lee. [ applause ] . >> morning, everybody. welcome to our bay view. as our poet said, he's about to wear a hat, so i was looking for a hat this morning. and i have a trunk full and i was looking for something that was representative, a world series type of hat because this is a world series event. when you look across our neighborhoods, you know it's probably one of the best examples of building a community center. and you know as much as this brick and mortar is beautiful, it's got a communicate center community center that is useful when the library is not even open. it has the library with double number of computers and importantly how we put it together. it took longer and the reason it took a little longer was because people who lived in this community wanted the input they hadn't had in a long time. they wanted this building representative of them. it's more than a library. it is a community center, it is an example of how you get a contractor like freddie carter, [
this on the agenda it's was of the most important discussions we've had in city hall in a willow i want to say that even though there's a lot of work to do in san francisco and to see the coordination with the departments. and, of course, to our budget and legislative analysts their analysts always adds an analysis that's not there. thank you. again supervisor cowen >> thank you for your active participation. now may a have is a motion to the call of the chair? >> madam chair i move. >> madam clerk i move that we take a two minute recess so that the thank you, thank you everyone for being with us today madam clerk call item 3. >> hearing is hearing on policy. and i'm going to turnover the rest of the meeting inform president chiu who will manage the hearing >> thank you, madam chair. so today's hearing is on the washington project on the sewer compacts. we get recommendation for good news i've invited the port on commission to come todayut an o presentation and today's hearing does resolve some complicated issues i've put together a brief cover. and sf tv if you could go to the laptop. t
should let the city know we were there. >> again, it was the sequa process that was being addressed. >> so you told the planning department and you thought they would tell you or what? >> we're trying to be part of the city family and the city was in the lead on it. >> well, i do think when people talk about the city family is the board of supervisors included in the city family? and yes. >> don't you think we should have been told about this issue? >> yes. >> and do you know if that happened? and do you think that the puc should have said manage to the board of supervisors? >> yes, we know a lot more today then we did 18 months of 24 months ago. >> do you think the planning department should have said something to the board of supervisors? >> i know they're here. >> and i'll turn it over i have a couple of - >> oh, supervisors and take the question first of all. when the board of supervisors was deliberating on this issue was the planning aware of this? >> i don't believe we were aware of this issue until the ordinance was delivered to us for environmental review and t
collectively with the city's working solutions fund or with another lender. so far, -- and we work throughout the bay area. we work in four bay area counties, said francisco obviously being one of the importance, but also said the clara, san mateo, alameda. we have laid out over $15 million to bay area businesses with a medium loan size of about $7,000 -- median loan size of about $7,000. who do we work with? principally, we want to work with businesses that have at least one year of sales history. we will look at start of businesses in the case with there is significant industry experience and significant owner injection or investment into the business, but if someone comes was without experience and without capital to invest, we will recommend that they go through a training program and go get some experience before we would be able to lend to them, and that is a fact. we have got to get our loans repaid. we have to maintain a strong portfolio. we are now actually working with the sba. they are one of the sources of our loan capital along with banks like wells fargo, and all of our capital
and community development will have the responsibility to provide grants to recipient entities like the city and county of san francisco or the ta or to the mtc and so that process is under way right now. there are two bills in progress, this year. and that were recommending the watch on that were tempt and enhance or modify that process. the first is ab 574 which is on page 5, it is a watch position. and i think that the true value of ab 574 to date has been to help support the rationale that the air resources board adopted for several of the major expenditures categories, including, investments in transit, and investments in rail as being eligible for the cap and trade funding and mfk it goes broader and allows more investment in highway and maintenance that are affiliated with the infield development and providing the certain infrastructure that is needed for infield development. a second measure, ab 1051, on page 9, would also seek to delegate or direct subject to future appropriations but some of the auction proceeds to housing development, consistent with the sustain able community str
that appears suspicious. >>> palo alto will soon join the list of silicon valley cities that ban smoking in public works. last night, the city council approved a park smoking pan in a 7-1 vote. as per the mayor's suggestion it was expanded from smaller parks to include all 38 parks in the city. san jose, mountain view, campbell, saratoga, los gatos and cupertino all have similar bans. some people feel smokers are being singled out. >> people who want to smoke, they feel alienated and i think they feel push pushed away. and -- feel pushed away. i think it's a big turnoff for them. >> the parks and rec department will decide if parks should have designated smoking areas. the ban is expected to take effect in july. >>> tonight city leaders in mountain view will consider a car sharing pilot program to improve downtown parking. under the pilot program, zip car would have exclusive use of two public parking lots for a -- for a year. if the plan is surgeful, other sharing programs would be able to add their cars downtown. the city council will take up the issue tonight at 6:30. >>> san francisc
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